Is Excalia an Excellent Weight Losing Pill?

by Monisha on  December 28, 2006 at 2:18 PM Drug News   - G J E 4
Is Excalia an Excellent Weight Losing Pill?
A California based company has developed a pill called Excalia ,the latest magic potion to fight excess flab . The researchers working for this announced the results of their tests at a conference sponsored by the North American Association for the Study of Obesity.This organisation is one of the leading scientific research bodies that study obesity. They claim that this preparation can effectively help decrease body weight by almost 12 % in one year's time if taken regularly for 48 weeks.

The pill excalia primes the hypothalamus, the region in the brain associated with appetite and weight gain , to keep a fast paced metabolic rate. The pill consists of two drugs that are commonly used to control obesity and eating disorders. There are fewer side effects owing to the well established safety of these fairly familiar drugs. It seems to boost a hormone levels that play a role in curbing excessive appetite as well.

With this combination of drugs in one pill the brain is not quick to switch over to an alternative pathway to make up for blocked appetite and thus a sustained weight loss can be achieved, opined Dr. Fujioka one of the researchers.. In another four years,this pill is expected to be introduced in markets in the UK.

Source: Medindia

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if not buy excalia in Germany or in the USA, where can I buy it,don´t have four years, i might be dead by than, rather take a drug that´s still beeing tested. Ans - Not Sure, we are not able to help
guest Sunday, March 18, 2007
how soon will this be out and were can i excalia?
guest Tuesday, March 6, 2007
will I be able to buy this in the USA?
guest Saturday, December 30, 2006
Richard, You probably won't see this on the market for a few years yet. They are still running clinical trials on
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